Maxwell Drew Johnson Isn't Alone: Celebrity Kids With An "X" Factor In Their Name (Photos)

Maxwell Drew johnson, jessica simpson

A forensic artist made this aged depiction of Maxwell Drew Johnson!

Jessica Simpson may have chosen a peculiar name for her daughter with Maxwell Drew Johnson, but one thing is for certain – Maxwell has the “X” factor!

No, we’re not talking about the FOX mega-hit that finds the next superstar. We simply mean that there is a growing trend in Hollywood to give your child a name with an “X” in it.

Jessica and her younger sister Ashlee are creating the trend with Maxwell and Bronx, but who else has given their kids an “X” in their name?

Find out below!

Also, see 33 other celebrity kids with the worst names in Hollywood!

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  • Maxwell Drew Johnson 1 of 7
    Maxwell Drew Johnson
    This may not be an actual photo of Jessica Simpson's newborn, but it's an aged rendering that a forensic artist, Joe Mullins, created for Radar Online!
    See a closer look at the photo here!
  • Pax Jolie-Pitt 2 of 7
    Pax Jolie-Pitt
    Pax is the second child of the Jolie-Pitt clan to receive an "X" in his name. And he wouldn't be the last...
  • Bronx Mowgli 3 of 7
    Bronx Mowgli
    Maxwell's older cousin, Bronx Mowgli, has one of Hollywood's silliest celebrity kid names, but the "X" is prominent.
  • Maddox Jolie-Pitt 4 of 7
    Maddox Jolie-Pitt
    Maddox was the first Jolie-Pitt offspring to sport the "X" in his name.
  • Xander Jones 5 of 7
    Xander Jones
    January Jones, who has not revealed the father of her baby, named her son Xander.
  • Moxie Crimefighter 6 of 7
    Moxie Crimefighter
    This may be a very peculiar name, but Moxie is strong because of the "X."
  • Knox Jolie-Pitt 7 of 7
    Knox Jolie-Pitt
    Brad and Angie certainly love the letter "X."
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[Photos via Pacific Coast News/Radar Online.]

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